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2003 proof sets, How much are they worth?

Discussion in 'PM's - Coins - Numis - Base Metals' started by new money, Oct 2, 2010.



  1. new money

    new money New Member

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    I picked up some proof sets. They contain 5 quarters, 1 dime and one half all 90% silver ( also a penny, nickel and dollar). The 90 % silver at 22.09/ounce is worth $29.21 and the other coins $1.06 for a value of $ 30.27/ set. How much is a set worth??
     
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    jogslvr Gold Miser Gold Chaser

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    $1.85 face value x .715 = 1.32 pure Ag x $22.09 = $26.52 + $1.06 = $27.58? or whatever the market will bear.
     
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    1.32*22.09= $29.1588

    $29.1588 + 1.06 = $30.2188

    I paid $30.00 per set. How much premium is a set worth?

    I can get 200 more sets, would you get them?
     
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    earplugs Gold Chaser Platinum Bling

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    Not bad for spot price, but they're proofs so that adds a bit of premium.
     
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    I was looking on ebay and there were a lot of proof sets that were at or slightly below spot.
     

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